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* These events take place in the downstairs venue.

Events in December

Saturday 10th

Goodsoul & Echoes and Dust Christmas party Presents: Codes In The Clouds + UpCDownC + Only Echoes Remain + Echoes and Dust DJ


Tickets - £5adv / £6 door

Sunday 11th

Michael Mullinger + Hotline Tropics + Daniel Bronziet


Tickets - £6 Adv / £8 door


Michael has been gigging regularly on London’s acoustic circuit since 2010, releasing his debut EP in 2013 displaying an array of influences from Crosby, Stills & Nash & Neil Young to Jeff Buckley & Elliott Smith. With “Rounds” as its centrepiece, Michael Mullinger's EP's rousing title track boasts a chorus so infectious that the term “ear-worm” doesn’t begin to cover it.

Since that release, Michael has taken breaks for rejuvenating bouts of recording including producing for and writing with other emerging artists. Michael Mullinger looks towards 2017 with new recordings itching for release which have taken his sound in new and sophisticated directions.


Hotline Tropics are purveyors of the finest Tropical Rock 'n' Roll. This exciting London based outfit formed in 2014 with their debut self-titled EP released in summer 2015 followed by a double A-side ’If You See/Missing You' in early 2016. Currently gigging regularly including support slots with Pete Williams (once of Dexy's Midnight Runners). New sounds and songs coming in 2017.


Daniel Bronziet is a classically trained guitarist and pianist but it is his own material that will make your heart swell and burst. With influences derived from none but the best songsmiths, Daniel brings songs from his debut EP and new songs that are currently being recorded.

Monday 12th

Venetian Blonde + Special Guests

Doors - 8pm

Tickets - £4

Venetian Blonde are a London based four-piece who play original post-punk pop. The band is made up of Jamie Bradley (vocals/keyboard) Pandora Colin (bass) Laura Cubitt (drums) and Adam Pleeth (guitar.) Songs explore themes of obsession, smut and classicism.

Seabright Arms - Venetian Blonde + Special Guests

Wednesday 14th

Heavy Highness + Tommy Hill


Tickets - £5adv / £6 door

HEAVY HIGHNESS are a five-piece rock band who played their first-ever show to a packed Sebright Arms in November 2015. In the year since, they have filled venues such as The Lexington and The O2 Academy 2, released four singles, gained radio play on leading Los Angeles radio station KCRW and recorded their first EP - 'Statues', which will be published this month.

Supporting them on the night is well-known London guitarist TOMMY HILL, who is joined by former Bloc Party drummer Louise Bartle as he continues his promising solo career.

Thursday 15th

NEKO + Sparklebone (formly FADES) + Caper Parade


Tickets - £5adv / £6 door

WE ARE NEKO presents a night of up-and-coming artists. If you love a bit of guitar action to get your blood pumping then join us on what promises to be a significant night for new music. This is your chance to get a first look at what they have to offer on their London debuts.


NEKO a trio from the south coast bring together big riffs, dance grooves and prog rock, echoing the likes of QOTSA, Dinosaur Pile Up and Muse. The band have been rocking the south coast since their formation and with a debut single landing this December, they are now looking to tear up the capital!

Sparklebone (formly FADES)

Combining the ethereal with the down right dirty. Sparklebone will send you through a journey of emotions and sound.

Caper Parade Seabright Arms - NEKO + Sparklebone (formly FADES) + Caper Parade

Friday 16th

Mother's Jam Records Presents: Crown The Mushroom + Special Guests

Doors - 8pm

Tickets - £6

Saturday 17th

Symptomatic Presents: Flying Tailor + J.W. Paris


Tickets - £6adv

London based Flying Tailor play modern introspective folk music, and their

‘Shapes Of Freedom’ EP is out now.

Seabright Arms - Symptomatic Presents: Flying Tailor + J.W. Paris

Monday 19th

BLOOD presents: red kite + sean grant & the wolfgang + lucky shivers


Tickets - £5adv

Tuesday 20th

The Janus Key's Xmas Boogie + Special Guests


Tickets - £3adv

The Janus Key is a London-based harmonious five-piece with Andrew Bastian, Jim Foley, Alice Reay and Enzo Strano. Equipped with dynamic guitar work, harnessed by a driving rhythm section and accompanied by melodic and soul infused three-part harmonies, The Janus Key draw inspiration from various styles and influences. These include psychedelic rock, folk and dream pop.

Thursday 22nd

Deep City Diver + Special Guests


Tickets - £4adv / £5 door Seabright Arms - Deep City Diver + Special Guests

Events in January

Friday 6th

Symptomatic Presents: Tokyo SexWail + Adam & Elvis


Tickets - £6adv

From the outskirts of London and the outcast of society there comes a band

forged from a pure passion of making music that’s meaningful and unique.

Tokyo SexWail are punchy, political, poetic and surreal, imagine The Doors

and Rage Against The Machine made passionate love in the doorway to The

House Of Commons simply to say a big F**K YOU TO THE ESTABLISHMENT! And

produced a hard-core psychedelic lovechild that is Tokyo SexWail. The Name

Says it all. Their enigmatic frontwoman ranges from screaming punk to

soulful melodies to powerful spoken word in the space of a minute backed

by an incredibly diverse and talented guitarist, bassist and drummer/synth

player this band will take you on a twisted journey through the third eye

and beyond.

Seabright Arms - Symptomatic Presents: Tokyo SexWail + Adam & Elvis

Wednesday 11th

Disorder Presents: Joey Fourr + Giant Party + Special Guests

Doors - 8pm

Tickets - £5adv / £6 door

Friday 13th

Bugbear Presents: The Pogue Traders + Special Guests

Doors - 7.45pm

Tickets - £6adv / £8 door

Saturday 14th

Phelanto & The Vials + Oh Man, The Mountain + Wall Sun Sun+ Arctic Turn

Doors - 7.45pm

Tickets - £5

Wednesday 18th

Bird on The Wire Presents: Hurray For The Riff Raff SOLD OUT

Doors - 8pm


Hurray For The Riff Raff is Alynda Segarra, but in many ways it’s much more than that: it’s a young woman leaving her indelible stamp on the American folk tradition. If you’re listening to her new album, Small Town Heroes, odds are you’re part of the riff raff, and these songs are for you.

Segarra, first came to international attention in 2012 with Look Out Mama. The album earned her raves from NPR and the New York Times to Mojo and Paste, along with a breakout performance at the 2013 Newport Folk Festival, which left American Songwriter “awestruck” and solidified her place at the forefront of a new generation of young musicians celebrating and reimagining American roots music.

On Small Town Heroes Segarra mines the deep legacies and contemporizes the rich variety of musical forms of the American South for the age of Trayvon Martin and Wendy Davis. In turn, NPR’s assertion that Hurray For The Riff Raff “sweeps across eras and genres with grace and grit” has never been more true than on her latest album.

Summing up this appeal, Segarra says, “We really feel at home with a lot of worlds of people that don’t really seem to fit together… we find a way to make them all hang out with our music. Whether it’s the queer community or some freight train-riding kids or some older guys who love classic country, a lot of folks feel like mainstream culture isn’t directed at them. We’re for those people”.

Seabright Arms - Bird on The Wire Presents: Hurray For The Riff Raff SOLD OUT

Friday 20th

SJM Concerts Presents: The Vryll Society + Special Guests


Tickets - £10adv Seabright Arms - SJM Concerts Presents: The Vryll Society + Special Guests

Tuesday 24th

Tigmus Presents: GØSPEL + Jylda


Tickets - £5adv

GØSPEL is London based duo Beth Anderton-Allen and Chris Willsher, who are set to release the first single from their new EP ‘Bodies’ on January 6th 2017. Entirely self produced ‘Bodies’ is an atmospheric and brooding track lyrically themed around an evening in a nightclub and is infused with an electro sensibility carried along by Beth’s haunting vocal and Chris’ shimmering guitars. With recent comparisons to London Grammar, Daughter and Women’s Hour, GØSPEL only formed in 2014. However the duo have already caught the attention of Radio 1’s Jen Long with their debut single ‘Disasters Running Wild’, which also attracted support from the likes of BBC London, Amazing Radio and Radio X.

"Gøspel match Natasha Khan’s emotional impact to searing melody and Fleetwood Mac style ambience" Clash Magazine

"If you like the sounds of Chvrches you'll love this" John Kennedy Radio X

" A haze of distorted bass-lines and amped up guitar sounds come crashing around Beth’s smooth and velvet like tones which she accompanies with live drums and keyboards. " - artrockermagazine

"This brooding pop trio remind me of Bat For Lashes mixed with Polica. Chris Willsher is an epic songwriter and Beth Anderton Allen's voice is captivating. They're going from strength-to-strength." - timeout london


"Berlin's three-piece JYLDA released a fantastic EP earlier this year, a beautiful mix of sort of 80s electro and modern dream pop topped with strong vocals." - Poule D'Or

"It’s all smoke and silhouettes, the faint undulation of body shapes with the chorus and a slight sense of danger and drama within the seduction; calming and exciting at the same time." - Alphabet Bands

Wednesday 25th

Robomagic Presents: Superglu


Tickets - £6adv

An abstract painter, a disco dancing sociologist, a bloke who lives on a houseboat and guitarist form a band. No, it's not the start of a joke, although there are plenty of laughs and a fair bit of goofing around involved.

It's the story of SuperGlu., the band from Manningtree in Essex who have been rapidly shaping up to be one of the most exciting forces in British guitar music. The music, often fast and furious, is informed by the couldn't-give-a-shit attitude of punk, but at the same time never shies away from seriously generous dollops of pop catchiness, although never with the interesting knots and gnarly bits smoothed down or ironed out.

Their songs are mysterious creatures with a succession of one note titles. Is 'Oil' about aggressive Western military interests in the Middle East, or an ode to a broken down motorbike? Is 'Diving Bell' about a piece of equipment for sub-aqua exploration or an expression of the dark recess of the human mind? Or both? You'll have to find out for yourself. Seabright Arms - Robomagic Presents: Superglu

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